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May 2022, Vol. LXXXIX, Number 4

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Letters to the Editor: May 2022

A Disturbing Demotion... Investigating a Killer’s Conversion... Serving & Stealing... A Large-Enough Loophole... Is CRT an S-I-N?... Survival in a Fool’s Paradise

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The News You May Have Missed: May 2022

Rock of Rages... Sinful States of America... The OG NFT... Hospitality for Houseplants... Moods in the Mud... Missing the Point... and more

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The Duality of Covenant Authority in the Catholic Church

THE GENESIS OF HUMAN SEXUAL COMPLEMENTARITY

By Sr. Joseph Andrew Bogdanowicz, O.P.

The message of life’s rebirth came first to woman, and each time it is woman’s answer that determines the destiny of mankind.

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Charles Williams in Letters & Remembrances

LOVE DURING WARTIME

By Cicero Bruce

Williams, an influential British theologian and accomplished man of letters, was best known as a principal member of the Inklings.

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Revolt of the Ultra-Elites

ONE-PERCENTERS, COURTIERS, MAGICIANS & MINIONS

By Marek Jan Chodakiewicz

The most important impediment to domination by wealthy oligarchs is tradition, including American nationalism and Christianity.

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Unmasking Putin’s Rasputin

ON RESISTING EVIL BY FORCE

By Jason M. Morgan

If, God forbid, the need should arise, is it licit for a Christian to resist evil by force, to take up a weapon and kill an aggressor?

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Is America Rooted in Exodus?

By Preston R. Simpson

Kass describes three key components in the formation of the Israelite nation: their deliverance from slavery, the covenant and Law, and the Tabernacle.

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Dying on the Wrong Hill

By Thomas Storck

The totality of the atmosphere of the liturgy chiefly determines whether or not it will lift believers toward the mysteries of God and eternal life.

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Briefly Reviewed: May 2022

Here we review At the Dawn of Humanity: The First Humans and Père Marquette: Priest, Pioneer, and Adventurer.

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Last Things: May 2022

By David Mills

I find that Catholicism points less to where you are than where you could be. You could be a saint.

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